The Conundrum of the Crooked Crayon
Solving Mysteries Through Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math
From the Series Jesse Steam Mysteries
While doing spring cleaning in her room, Jesse comes across a crayon on her window sill that is curiously bent over. She recalls that the crayon was there all winter and not bent at all. Jesse begins to wonder what caused the crayon to bend. Using science skills, Jesse discovers how the Sun is closest to Earth in summer and that’s why the crayon melted.
|Interest Level||Grade 2 - Grade 5|
|Reading Level||Grade 3|
|Category||Science, STEM, STEM: Space Science|
|Publisher||Red Chair Press|
|Imprint||Red Chair Press|
|Number of Pages||64|
Author, Illustrator: Ken Bowser
Ken Bowser's work has appeared in hundreds of books and countless periodicals. His work today is created digitally on a computer. He works out of his studio in Central Florida.
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Jesse Steam Mysteries
Ten-year-old Jesse Steam’s curiosity about how the world works leads her to one mystery after another as she pedals around town with Mr. Stubbs, her tabby cat, keeping her company in the bike basket. Using simple scientific tools and their powers of observation, Jesse and her… View available downloads →